This gun, which will be auctioned off soon, is basically a double-barreled propaganda poster for Communism
The Civil War demanded of soldiers a level of bravery and fortitude we can scarcely imagine today
A low ceiling at Portland’s Mechanics Hall still shows the scars where soldiers scraped the tips of their bayonet scabbards, on their way to war
We’re in for a treat this week, as a reader shares his century-old rifle used in World War I
Not quite. But some police departments are swapping out the tactical shotgun in favor of a suppressed M4
This legendary rifle dates back to 1891—and it still shoots “minute of deer”
For an infantry rifle, short is good and shorter is even better
With a fanatical insistence on accuracy, director Peter Jackson chronicles the horror and misery of being a British soldier in WW1
Soldiers will get a new rifle and round, but the Army’s small-arms acquisition record is hit and miss
The convoluted story of how the M17 became the Army and Marine Corp’s new handgun
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